v. dig out plants with deep-running roots. Kinahanglan budlúngun gayud ang kúgun kay lawum ug dulut, You have to really dig out the cogon grass, because it runs deep; n. heavy metal bar for digging out weeds with deep roots.
a. sticking out, protruding. Budlut ug simud, Lips that stick out; v. bulge, protrude. Mibudlut (namudlut) íyang kaunuran pag-alsa níya sa barbil, His flesh bulged when he lifted the barbell. Nagbudlut ang íyang mata, His eyes bulge.
n. kind of mackerel scad or round scad: Decapterus macrosoma.
n. 1. helmet shells, conchs, or any large univalve with a pointed caudal apex; 2. horn for signaling made from the budyung or one similar in appearance made from a carabao horn; 3. horn or whistle blown as a signal. Wà ku makabatì sa budyung sa alas síti, I didn’t hear the seven o’clock whistle; v. sound a budyung or any warning device. — kamwà n. tuns. — lungga n. true conchs. — sa lubut sa anay n. frog shells, so called from their openings which resemble a pig’s anus. — tambúlì n. helmet shells. — tangali n. tritons.
a. 1. heavy; 2. difficult to accomplish, onerous. Bug-at nga taríya, Difficult task. Bug-at nga kaakúhan, Heavy responsibility; 3. heavy punishment, sorrows. Bug-at nga sílut, Heavy punishment; 4. grave, serious accusation. Bug-at ang pasángil nga gipahamtang kanímu, A grave accusation has been leveled against you; 5. for the muscles to be fatigued. Bug-at ning ákung buktun pagkinúgus nímu, My arms are exhausted from holding you; 6. — ang balatían dislike something strongly. Bug-at ang balatían nákù ánang nangulitáwu sa ákung anak, I dislike the man that is courting my daughter very much; 7. — ang buut 7a. see — ang balatían; 7b. be against one’s will. Gitugtan ku níya bisan bug-at sa íyang buut, He allowed me to do it even if it was against his will. — ang dughan be heavy-hearted, depressed. — ang dugù see — ang balatían. — ang kúmù pack a heavy punch. — nga masúgù gives commands in such a way that they must be accomplished rapidly and well. — ang nawung long-faced, unsmiling; v. 1. become heavy, onerous, grave; 2. — ang balatían, buut, dughan, dugù, nawung be disgusted, against one’s wishes, get a heavy heart, long-faced, etc. Ug manamkun ang ákung asáwa mubug-at ang íyang dugù magtan-aw nákù, When my wife is in the early stages of pregnancy, she can’t stand to look at me. Mubug-at íyang nawung ug sugúun, She gets a long face when I tell her to do something paN- v. 1. lift heavy things. Nabughat siya kay namug-at man, He had a relapse because he lifted heavy things; 2. to stiffen in order to become heavier. Lisud kang sakwátun kay mamug-at ka, You are hard to lift because you make yourself rigid. panghiN- v. see paN-, 2. pahiN- 1. see paN-, 2. 2. load something on someone else. Gipahimug-atan ang mutsatsa sa trabáhu maung mipaúlì, The work was loaded on the maid, so she returned home. pa- n. weight to weigh something down. ka-un(→), gi-un(→) n. 1. weight; 2. importance, influence. Ayawg tagáig gibug-atun tung kasabáa, Don’t give his reprimands any importance. see also tumuy.
n. kind of cockles.
a. 1. final, resolute. Bug-us na ba ning ímung hukum? Is this decision of yours final? 2. given with entirety, nothing held back. Higugmáa ang Diyus sa bug-us mung kasingkásing, Love God with all your heart; v. 1. resolve with finality; 2. make something complete. Ihátag ang ímung láwas arun mabug-us ang átung gugma, Give your body to make our love complete; 3. be a godparent to a child both in baptism and confirmation or wedding. Suud kaáyu mi. Aku gánì nagbug-us ug kúgus sa íyang bátà, We are close friends. In fact I sponsored his child in baptism and confirmation. ka- n. 1. the state of being complete; 2. full moon. Háyag kaáyu rung gabhiúna kay kabug-us man, This evening it’s bright because there’s a full moon. ka-an n. finality. Ihátag ku nímung kabug-úsan sa ákung hukum ugmà, I’ll let you know what my final decision is tomorrow.
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